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So which countries in Europe have been targeted to become African homelands?
Dr Ebun Joseph talked to Ray D’Arcy on Tuesday to tell him about her research on African unemployment in Ireland. Dr. Joseph explained that the unemployment rate for Africans in Ireland is between 43% and 63% and this was due to Irish people’s racism and not because Africans have a lower average cogitative ability and work ethic that is predominantly inherited genetically.
Putting words in her mouth, D’Arcy asked Dr. Joseph whether she carried out the study “because she suspected something was going on but she wanted scientific proof” and Joseph agreed.
Dr. Joseph explained that in her view, the entire EU is racist a concept because there are no African countries in it which limits Africans’ ability to move to Europe. If she had created the EU, she says she would have left out some European countries and included some African countries instead, much like Apartheid tried to achieve in Southern Africa. Why Africans keep wanting to move to racist countries, like they did in droves to Apartheid South Africa too, was not explained…
Despite Africans’ high unemployment rate, In May, 2013, World Bank figures revealed that €468m in ‘remittances’ was sent from Ireland to Nigeria in 2011.
That was average of more than €26,000 for each of the 17,642 Nigerian nationals in Ireland, including children!
One of largest welfare fraud cases in Ireland involved a couple who had arrived from Nigeria in 2006. The combined fraud totalled more than €400,000 and took place over a period of more than eight years.
€600k: The amount per day the Immigrant Council said organised crime gangs were making by running an international sex trafficking network stretching from Nigeria and Cameroon to Ireland in 2015.
Dr Ebun Joseph is a career development consultant at the Royal College of Surgeons. She received her doctoral degree UCD School of Social Justice, Equality Studies.
She teaches a module at the bastion of Marxism in Ireland, the University College Dublin, aimed at exploring the experiences of people of only Black African descent called ‘Black Studies and Critical Race Perspectives in Education’.
“It’s the first module of its type in Ireland and examines the histories, social movements and contributions of people of African descent, as well as look at contemporary forms of Blackness in society and around the world.”
“The coordinators behind the new module say that students will learn about key thinkers in the Black diaspora, their theories, and be offered narratives counter to traditional Eurocentric thinking.”
“With increasing interest in Black studies across the world, this module will help non-Blacks comprehend what living as a person of Black African descent can entail,” said Dr Ebun Joseph, who will be overseeing the new class alongside Professor Kathleen Lynch.”
Broadcast on The Ray D’Arcy Show on RTÉ Radio One on 03 Sep 2019: